Here's a recent post about consciousness from my journal:
Consciousness of the Subject-Superject is Consciousness.
Consciousness of the Object alone is Superconsciousness.
Consciousness of the Subject alone is Subconsciousness.
Consciousness without Objectivity is Subjectivity.
Consciousness without Subjectivity is Profundity.
The first proposition sounds redundant, but thats because its an expression of the paradox of self-reference of God's present, specifically it defines my general view of 'consciousness.'
These propositions are facts, I fancy, but their function is abstract definition, and anything abstract is fancy (ideal).
The basic fact is distinction itself, distinguishing whatever. Whatever is distinguished, but distinction itself is marked by the triplicity of the proemial relation, the eternal Trinity:
0: Profundity, the Unknowable "unmarked state," the place of God.
1: Subjectivity, the Spirit (of consciousness), the first place, the place of one's identity.
n: the 'whatever' distinguished, the rest, but technically its the mark of distinction itself, the note, the world-scene, the I-Magi-Nation, the conjunction of nations and notions
For the Holy Trinity, this means God, the Spirit, and the rest, as three inter-dependencies.
The basic division of God the Unknowable and the Spirit Subjectivity constitutes the work of the constructure. The present given is a cognitive constructure, but its also a work of composite art, since it includes the crea-ture (captured instance of the Creator, such a capture demands the whole of spiritual energy, the High Inflationary Period of cosmologists, the Densely Packed Region of the Tibetians), more than merely cognitive, its natural. That which is here and now, yet apart from the abstract basis of being (non-being) is eternal (since present) and observe, it is composed of many distinctions already, and so consciousness of the subject-superject is composed of subjective forms (dimensions) and eternal objects (distinctions), given as the present to be opened, the portion, the portal to go through into space-time, into operation, into the world.
God is the best, the Spirit knows its right, and the rest is simply what left.
Most of this nomenclature comes from Alfred North Whitehead's philosophy, George Spencer-Brown's calculus. This paradigm of subjectivity I found through John Lilly's explication of Samadhi and Nirvana, an imaginative injunction or adventure. The best part is that I found Objectivity to be identified with Profundity, as the basis of axiology (value, meaning), and the route to Godliness.
I also have an idea of the ontological procession of dimensionality as a schema for this open paradigm of subjectivity.
I hope I've sparked up some interest for discourse on this subject.